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50. SYMPTOMS - changes on skin

 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2005 3:12 pm    Post subject: 50. SYMPTOMS - changes on skin Reply with quote

CHANGES ON SKIN

The skin is a place where the cleansing-excreting function of the body can be seen. The sebum and sweat contain substances, which the body doesn't want, which are harm to it and thus are excreted (this is where the different smells come from).

Simplifying, it can be said that the skin is linked with the intestine through the liver. There even is a saying, that the skin of a person mirrors the state of the large intestine and the liver. Of course, the full picture of the skin consists of more factors.

When the body expels out a poison, it can do it through the skin, which then reacts with reddening, rash, eczema etc. If a person has skin problems, there is a big chance that they will appear when the person is fasting, because the body is getting rid of the toxins which cause the problems.

Changes on the skin during fasting may also be caused by an activation of an old disease. Also a new disease, which coincides in time with the fast, may cause changes on the skin. In such a case most often the most advantageous solution will be continuing the fast, so that the disease will leave sooner.

In an extreme case, when a person continue to fast in spite of his/her body being already emaciated, changes on the skin may indicate a disease, which the person will not be able to get rid of. In such a case the body with its immunology system is too week, so the better solution would be to begin eating again.

Summarizing, allergy, rash or other skin changes appearing during fasting are not (except the mentioned extreme case) a reason to stop, but rather to continue, fasting.
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